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Rachael Ray Porcelain Enamel II Nonstick 9-1/2-Inch Egg Poacher Plus Covered Deep Skillet, Orange Gradient


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  • 9.5-Inch Covered Deep Skillet, Egg Tray, Egg Cups
  • Egg cups and the egg tray can be used to poach eggs, or the deep skillet can be used without the inserts to create a variety of other dishes
  • Durable nonstick interior provides exceptional food release and makes the deep skillet easy to clean
  • The comfortable grippy handles match the bright exterior, are dual riveted for extra strength, and are oven safe to 350 degrees Fahernheit
  • Rachael Ray is a registered trademark of Ray Marks Co. LLC
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 10 x 5.5 inches ; 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0093JWJZS
  • Item model number: 12820
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,897 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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With this special pan you get two pieces of cookware for the price of one how great is that? Use the deep skillet with the egg tray and egg cups to make perfectly poached eggs, then remove the cups and tray and use the skillet to cook hash browns or sausage and peppers to complete the ultimate brunch menu. Rachael Ray Hard Enamel cookware provides superior performance in fun colors and durable materials. This Egg Poacher Plus adds heaps of style to any kitchen and makes it easy to tackle a variety of recipes. The nonstick interior provides impeccable food release and makes cleaning up a breeze. The sturdy construction promotes even heating, helping to reduce hot spots that can burn foods, and the enamel exterior is not only colorful, but durable too. A strong glass lid with color-coordinated handle is handy for being able to keep an eye on cooking without having to lift the cover, keeping heat and moisture locked in. The grippy handle is comfortable to grasp, dual riveted for extra strength so moving from one kitchen station to another can be done with confidence, and oven safe to 350-degree f. The Egg Poacher Plus can be used with the egg cups and tray to make poached eggs, or the deep skillet can be used without the inserts to create a host of other dishes.


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I ordered this because my boyfriend loves poached eggs.
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This helps to avoid any potential burns!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Adam Koontz on January 27, 2013
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Well made, easy to use nonstick pan. Was disappointed in the poacher as it took much longer than the recommended time. The deep plastic trays increase cooking time. Would have preferred more shallow plastic trays.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon expert on January 11, 2013
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It is hard to find a good Egg Poacher pan these days. I wanted a pan like my mother had when I was little, but all I found were silicone float cups, not exactly what I had in mind! I have bought Rachel Ray pans in the past and have been pleased with them, so I decided to chance it and buy this pan. It has worked out great! I love the fact that it is two pans in one! I do spray the egg cups before I put the eggs in, just to be sure, but that is how I have always cooked eggs. A few tips: crack the eggs into cups before you turn on the burner and when are are cooked, remove pan from heat & open the lid and allow steam to escape before removing the eggs. This helps to avoid any potential burns! Also, timing the eggs is a good idea, as the lid gets all steamed up and it is hard to detect when they are done.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 21, 2012
I like poached eggs because you do not need to add butter or fat when cooking them. I mostly make mine the old fashioned way; in a skillet of barely boiling water, dropping in an egg from a saucer. But the egg has to be very fresh (or the white nearest the shell tends to run off and make ragged bits) and you have to have the courage to dump the egg right into the water and BELIEVE it will set up. Then you scoop it out with a slotted spoon. Here comes the downside; you have to DRAIN the egg or it gets your plate (and toast) all watery.

With this pan, you can poach the eggs in nonstick round compartments and then lift off the rack, dump out the water and continue on with sausage or potatoes or hash. Hash topped with poached eggs is great (and you can make hash from leftover roasts or corned beef from New England Boiled Dinner or Corned-Beef-n-Cabbage.) Recipes will follow at the end. Only one problem; keeping the eggs warm. I'd actually suggest cooking your sausage or hash first, keeping it warm in the microwave or covered in a dish in the oven, then swishing out the pan and continuing to poach the eggs. The eggs cool so fast, it makes sense to do them last.

I like the color. I like the nonstick surface. I like the round shape of the poacher. This is a terrific pan concept and versatile, as you can make anything really, in here. And I love orange accents in the kitchen--very bright and cheerful if your kitchen is beige, white, yellow, for example.

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1. Turkey Sausage rolls or patties: Take ground dark turkey meat or a mix of white/dark fresh ground turkey (I do mine in a food processor, the commercial ground turkey seems to have additives.) Add in some breakfast sausage spice mix (make your own or buy a mix, I use Penzeys.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Roberti on August 22, 2013
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Gotta be honest when I say that I hate the color of this pan. However, it's utility definitely makes up for it. I got this last Christmas as a lightning deal and gave it to my mom. She uses it all the time! It has definitely held up a lot better than many of the pans she's purchased in the past. If I weren't dedicated to stainless steel, I'd definitely consider a set of these for myself.
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By Kris and Julie on June 13, 2014
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Poached perfect eggs and as long as you spray your insert cups the eggs come out easily & perfect every time!
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